Modern gasoline engines have significantly higher energy density and considerably lower emissions. They are designed to work with many rapid thermal cycles at higher temperatures up to 1000 °C to achieve the desired efficiency. CO2 fleet emissions limits required by law and the emissions rules of the EURO and other international standards, will become even more important.
Sensors for Internal Combustion Engines – Exhaust Gas Treatment, Oil Temperature, Soot Particle Detection
1000 °C - New Pt Thin Film Sensors for Exhaust Gas Treatment Systems in Gasoline-Fueled Vehicles
Meeting these major challenges will require sophisticated technology. Controlling the processes plays a significant role here, as does precise data measurement. Precision is required even under difficult conditions, such as high temperature variations, harsh environments, and severe mechanical stress.
To meet the high requirements of this application and to allow the use of efficient and existing signal interfaces and electronics, YAGEO Nexensos has launched the HDZ sensor. This PT200 RTD It is designed for operation temperatures up to 1000 °C and can withstand 1100 °C short-term.
With this development YAGEO Nexensos expands the application of the PT200 product family to all exhaust-related applications, including turbo charger and Otto T3.